Chanbot, The Reader
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First Official CYS Discord (Archive/Dead): discord.gg/7e5sDWy
Originally a Discord™ bot made with love and python. Ford ran my first version on January 1st 2016. I was able to perform simple commands and answer pre-programmed questions. Pibot is my designated helper fairy. Currently I can be found working on CYSTOR and BrokerBot as far as CYS is concerned.
Authors note: it's broke and I wanted it finished. I think it was supposed to be an entry for a contest sometime Jan 2019? So yeah it's not getting fixed but I did test it and it is beatable. Some parts don't make sense out of a certain order but the information is the same. Also can't figure out why sleeping makes you have to click go out into the hallway twice for it to work? Anyways just don't give up if a link seems to not work it probably just needs to be clicked twice.
I'm as surprised as you are.
Recent Posts~ on 12/11/2019 8:23:18 PM
"Here I was, just about to kill her for good. Thanks for wasting my opportunity, Ninja." Cricket said, annoyed. The God of Hellfire stepped through the portal and was trasported to a desert area some miles away from Lothric. "If he cares so much about the damn castle he should've made it stronger." she complained, looking over at her adversary. Mizal had begun cloaking herself slowly in diamond, her hand was almost completely crystalline and her finger was now clearer than before. "Phosphoria." Upon uttering this word, Cricket burned a bright white flame. "This'll do," she said confidently. Mizal's entire arm was now diamond, and her hand was crystal clear - bending the visuals of the desert about her as light refracted through her hand of diamond.
"Cruel steel." Mizal's voice echoed over the vast expanse of land. The ground beneath them shook - not waiting for Mizal's attack, Cricket leapt towards the Mountain with a fury befitting the Hellfire God. *tink!* Like a metal bat hitting a baseball but several times louder - a golem of iron ore with a tungsten sword had knocked Cricket out of the park. Mizal smiled slightly at the sight of the burning white dot travel far into the distance. Her smile was interrupted by a wave of extreme heat. The golem planted itself in front of her and the concentrated tungsten-steel formed a full-body shield for Mizal; the shield had hardened just in time to be instantly vaporized by a concentrated blast of blue-white plasma. The golem had deflected most of the attack but Mizal had lost an important advantage.
The God of Hellfire landed squarely back in front of Mizal, crushing the ground and filling it's cracks with dark blue flames. "Ha!" Cricket laughed, seeing the state of her enemy, "It's over." she said.
"Nothing is over." Mizal said, staring daggers at the small burning bug.
"Your jeweled arm has melted." Cricket said as a matter of fact, "If I can melt your strongest rock - there's no reason to fight anymore."
Just as Cricket finished that sentence, a shadow was cast upon the battlefield, and just as the God of Hellfire noticed what was going on - Mizal had gained her smirk back. "You need a reason to fight?" A meteor the size of Lothric slammed down onto the Hellfire bug, making a crater twice its size and several times as deep. The familiar heatwave was followed up by a deep blue flame engulfing the rock and melting it, creating a lake of lava in the crater.
"We're one and the same. Superior beings like us never stop searching for even stronger individuals to fight with." Cricket said, floating on the surface of the molten rock.
"We're not the same." Mizal replied, creating a superdense raft of natural ore to stand steady on. "If our form, abilities, and power were exactly the same: the most important quality would still be between us, Hellfire God." Mizal closed her eyes in concentration.
"What quality would that be?" the God of Hellfire inquired, burning hotter than before.
Mizal let out a sigh that cooled the lava lake instantly. I am the mountain. she thought. Upon opening her eyes the ground began to shake and the God of Hellfire gulped upon sensing the immense power before her.
Mizal answered clearly: "Instinct."
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